“When a party is in the minority, it has to add, not subtract,” huffed Jennifer Rubin.
The Germans have huffed and puffed but always caved in, in the end.
“The cumulative delay across the three sites totaled 999 days,” a Silverstein spokesman huffed in August.
But Mars is huffed, and declines to accept consolation in any shape.
They were like the wolf of pre-atomic days who huffed and puffed to blow the house down.
One day, when he was speaking upon the subject, I asked him if he ever huffed his wife about his dinner?
There was an interruption here while Mantelish huffed reflexively.
In capturing, the player must choose the direction by which he can take the greatest number of men or queens, or he may be huffed.
If you displayed no wish to hear the "good one," he was huffed.
So he huffed and he puffed, and he puffed and he huffed, and at last he blew the house down, and ate up the second little Pig.
mid-15c., apparently imitative of exhaling. Extended sense of "bluster with indignation" is attested from 1590s. Related: Huffed; huffing. As a slang term for a type of narcotics abuse, by 1996. As a noun from 1590s; to leave in a huff is recorded from 1778. Popular terms for "strong beer or ale" noted from 1577 include huff cap as well as mad dog and dragon's milk.
To inhale glue, gasoline, or aerosol fumes for intoxicating effect: The deaths of three Wisconsin teenagers after they inhaled aerosol fumes to get high, the practice known as ''huffing'' (1980s+ Narcotics)